UNFI / UP Token Contract Addresses
UNFI is the global governance token for the entire multi-chain protocol and the public face of the Unifi Protocol to be listed on major exchanges. Currently, UNFI on Ethereum can be staked to earn rewards on our UNFI DAO Governance Page. UNFI on can also participate in blockchain governance on our UNFI DAO Governance Page. UNFI token exists on BSC and Ethereum, and will be coming to each uTrade blockchain. UNFI is required to participate in UNFI Super Pairs on each blockchain. Super Pairs receive a portion of the trading fee from all preferred pairs on that blockchain. Currently, UNFI is on nine blockchains. To utilize the staking features of UNFI, the UNFI must be ERC-20, or in other words, on the Ethereum Network. To utilize the governing features of UNFI, the UNFI must be on Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, Polygon, Fantom, Avalanche, or Harmony. Most centralized exchanges utilize ERC-20 UNFI on the Ethereum Network and BEP-20 UNFI on the Binance Smart Chain Network.
UNFI also exists on Ethereum Ropsten Testnet as well Binance Smart Chain Testnet for developers who may wish to utilize them in building dApps.
A blockchain specific liquidity mining token earned by liquidity providers. Smart contract governed minting ensures once mined, UP can only go UP in base token redemption value. The redemption value is different on each blockchain, and is labeled by the token name. For example, UPeth is UP with an Ethereum redemption value, and UPbnb is Binance Smart Chain’s UP with a BNB redemption value.
UP’s redemption value offers unique security and sustainability to Unifi tokenomics. UP also includes automatic yield farming and no staking, which greatly reduces network fees. UP also provides exclusive access to protocol specific opportunities to migration, allowing liquidity providers to earn UNFI. The minting rate of UP is governed by the current UP redeem rate.
UP also exists on Ethereum Ropsten Testnet as well Binance Smart Chain Testnet for developers who may wish to utilize them in building dApps.